New Generation of Electric Vehicle Batteries to Consider Second Life Applications 25.08.2017 12:18 Axion to Report on Lithium Ion Battery End-of-Life Research Manchester, UK based resource and recycling Axion, is taking part in a research project looking into battery packs for the next generation of electric vehicles, including end-of-life solutions. read more … ProSUM to Boost WEEE, End-of-Life-Vehicle and Battery Recycling 09.08.2017 12:30 Urban Mine Database Set to Benefit Circular Economy The Prospecting Secondary Raw Materials in the Urban Mine and Mining Wastes project is to unveil the first Urban Mine Knowledge Data Platform. read more … Battery Manufacturer Shorai Partners with Recycling Firm 17.10.2016 15:27 Lithium Starter Battery Recycling Program Launched in California Morgan Hill, California based lithium-iron phosphate automotive starter battery manufacturer, Shorai Inc., has launched an official battery recycling program. read more … Government Funding for NEW-BAT Research 12.09.2016 12:59 IN DEPTH: Funding for German Project to Cut the Costs of Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research has backed a research project aimed ay developing a cost effective means of recycling Lithium-ion batteries with the use of electro-hydraulic fragmentation of materials by shock waves. read more … Battery & E-Waste Recycling Assistance for Ukraine 23.03.2016 13:21 EU ‘Twinning’ Project to Help Ukraine Recycle More E-Waste The European Union is to assist Ukraine in tackling e-waste through a new two year ‘twinning’ project on the collection and recycling of e-waste and used batteries. read more … Company Aims to Increase Recycled Content from 4% to 40% 02.03.2016 15:12 Energizer Introduces ‘World First’ Recycled AA Battery Range US battery manufacturer Energizer has launched an AA battery range made using 4% recycled material from end-of-life batteries. read more … Potentially Cheaper & Cleaner than Lithium-Ion Battery Tech 18.02.2016 12:18 German Researchers Use Apple Waste in High-Power Sodium-Ion Batteries Researchers at Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are developing an active material produced from waste apples, and another material of layered oxides, which could reduce the costs of future carbon-based sodium-ion batteries for energy storage systems. read more …
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